This post is a refreshed version of one I wrote in 2010. While I’m not among those who believe rules are made to be broken, I do think some of us have a nasty habit of clinging to them long after they have passed their “sell by” date. So here is my perspective on rules, along with a couple of things to think about before deciding to break them.
I think we can agree that one of the key attributes for successful leaders today is the ability to adapt quickly to new situations. We may also agree that in order for society to function in a reasonably harmonious way, there must be rules.
And there are all kinds of them.
In general, rules are put in place to ensure personal safety and to keep things in balance. They are also imposed to provide structure in organizational settings that support…
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